After a few leaks earlier this month, Ikea has now officially unveiled its latest product in the Symfonisk range of speakers, in partnership with Sonos. Earlier in the summer, the company released their Symfonisk wall speaker, with generally positive feedback, but while the wall speaker was a new design, this latest offering can be considered an update to the currently available speaker/lamp, which was released in 2019. released. , in addition to the bookshelf speaker, which is still available today.
The updated speaker/lamp is smaller than the original, in part due to customer feedback;
“Since the launch of the first SYMFONISK table lamp speaker, we have learned a lot about how and where they are used. For example, many people use the lamp speaker on a bedside table, so we have made a new, slightly smaller lamp base. We are now also offering customers more design choices, making the lamp speaker better suited to their individual home,” said Stjepan Begic, product owner at IKEA of Sweden. “By integrating a speaker into a table lamp, we can save space, reduce clutter and create atmosphere with both light and sound,” he adds.
The new table lamp speaker allows for greater personalization as the product is now divided into the speaker lamp base and speaker lamp shade, which are sold separately. Customers can choose between a black or white version of the lamp base, as well as two lampshades in different styles and colours: a fabric or glass lampshade, in black or white. The new bulb also supports a wider range of incandescent bulbs thanks to the added E26/E27 socket.
The new Symfonisk table lamp speaker features a completely new acoustic architecture that uses a modified waveguide, creating a great sound experience from every angle. The lamp speaker connects via WiFi and can be used as the only sound source in a room, or it can be connected to other Sonos products, including those from the Symfonisk range. As with all Symfonisk products, this speaker is also part of the Sonos system, allowing listeners to easily connect to over 100 streaming services, but it's also compatible with Apple's AirPlay 2 audio ecosystem and, as such, will are exposed to HomeKit and the HomeKit app.
From October 2021, the new table lamp speaker will be available in IKEA stores and on IKEA.com, both in most European areas and in North America.
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